Ideas

CSR

To Act or Not to Act? Changing Our Expectations of Corporate Morality

Written by Ashni Acharya Narratives shape us. A student studying at Plato’s Academy would not have the same notion of human rights as a student...
India Education College

Fighting the Good Fight: Can Indian Liberal Institutions Stay True to Their Ideals?

Written by Tanvi Mehta  While creating the education system for independent India, the first Education Minister, Maulana Azad, shouldered the responsibility of creating an institution...

Why The Superhero vs Scorsese Episode Is Actually About Co-Existence in Cinema

“But that’s not cinema.” When Martin Scorsese uttered these four words, he probably didn’t know he was entering the volatile ring of millennial outrage, a...
Mysore Tipu Sultan

A Deeper Look at Tipu Sultan’s Enigmatic History

Research by Ishita Dewan. Written by Arjav Kulshreshtha. On Tuesday, the Karnataka High Court turned down a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) which opposed the celebration of...

Of Governance and Garbage

Written by Ahan Bezbaroa  With rousing revelations, such as the IPCC’s recent Special Report that identified 1.5 degrees Celsius as the limit to which the...

What 70 Years of Ordinances Tell Us About the President’s Powers

While the President’s power to issue ordinances was intended to manage emergency situations, ordinances are not rare. President Droupadi Murmu’s election is historic; how she deals with ordinances will be an important aspect of her tenure.
Ramanathan Ramanan

Building an Entrepreneurial India with Ramanathan Ramanan (Part II)

Edited by Malavika VN  In Part 1 of this series, R. Ramanan, Mission Director of the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), Niti Aayog, spoke about the...